Social media

The #PRStudChat Community Discusses Social Media & Change On November 15th

A recent Yale study published in the journal Neuron suggested that being in unstable and unknown situations, regardless of how...

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#PR Expanded Guest Post: Lessons for PR Pros – Expanding Doesn’t Equate to Excluding

Last year, Shea Moisture released an advertisement for a campaign called “Break Free from Hair Hate” that was meant to be empowering...

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The Science of the Tweet: The Dos and Don’ts for #SciComm on Twitter

As a science major turned public relations professional, I was groomed into believing that scientists are “bad” communicators. Through...

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Use Your Class to Get a Job in Social Media

When I attended graduate school in 2016, I was also working at a Porter Novelli in Washington, D.C. Beyond the exhaustion of working and...

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On Thursday, July 19th, #PRStudChat Discusses Social Media & Strategic Communications

It may be summer, but #PRStudChat, sponsored by Spin Sucks, is focused on strategic communications all year round. In the spirit of...

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How Sports #PR has Changed for the Better (Mostly)

As with most fields in Public Relations, there is no arguing that social media is changing the game. Consumers, especially young ones, are...

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PR 2.0 for Communicating Research

Kevin Kelly, co-founder of Wired magazine, noted the following in a BBC story: “truth is no longer dictated by authorities, but is...

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Four Ways to Stay Curious & Creative in Our Digital World

The role of technology in our digital age is more apparent than ever. We are surrounded by an overwhelming amount of social media...

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